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Community Colleges and the Equity Promise" Since President Obama announced the American Graduation Initiative AGI in at Macomb Community College, community colleges have received unprecedented national attention and have been a centerpiece of state and federal college completion policies.
However, community colleges are situated at the bottom of a stratified system of higher education, whereby structural factors e. Recent community college innovations and reform efforts are unlikely to address these structural factors, and they often decenter or ignore educational inequity.
As a result, new policies may be effective for some students, but they are unlikely to reduce existing economic and racial inequities in student outcomes. This talk will review the empirical evidence on community college innovation and reform efforts to assess their overall effectiveness and assess the extent to which they are likely to reduce or reproduce existing inequities in college access and success.
Stephen also believes that hearing and sharing our stories with others can foster connections and learning across differences.
He values the power of dialogue and activism as vehicles to promote change in society. In the midst of so much pain and oppression in our society, he sees the need for practicing self-care and working to heal and has begun a study on the strategies Black student affairs educators use to heal from racial battle fatigue.
He also loves bow ties, baking he makes pretty tasty scones and key lime piesreading, cycling, and writing poetry. In his professional life, he is a faculty member in the Student Affairs in Higher Education Program at Miami University, where he works with graduate students to help them find their passions and voices.
College Student Educators International. He is also editor with Shaun R. Harper of two editions of Student Engagement in Higher Education: Theoretical and Practical Approaches for Diverse Populations, as well as an author on the most recent edition of Student Development in College.
Before accepting a faculty role at CSU, Dr. Her scholarly interests center on the experiences of underserved populations in higher education. She utilizes multiple research methods as mechanisms to examine these matters with the ultimate goal of informing immigration policy and higher education practices.
The Journey Stories of Undocumented and Unafraid Community Activists" Peter Lang Publishing highlights the lives of 13 activist who grapple with their legality as a salient identity.
Deep Springs was founded in by social visionary Lucien L. Nunn, an openly gay Utah man who pioneered the production of hydroelectric power world-wide between and Nunn experimented with early on-site training of electrical engineers, but shifted his focus to the preparation of innovative leaders through emersion in the liberal arts and sciences combined with highly democratic institutional governance.
From tohe served as president of Deep Springs College and brought that institution back from the brink of bankruptcy to the vitality it enjoys today.
Since retiring from Deep Springs inhe has taught ethics and social justice courses in the Honors College at the University of Utah and, occasionally, a philosophy of leadership seminar in ELP. Cautioning against 'reduced recidivism' as a rationale for college-in-prison" Higher education in prison is experiencing a moment of increased attention throughout the United States.
Department of Education, has helped to propel access to education inside prisons into mainstream discourse. The commonsense justification provided for increasing access to higher education in prison, a bipartisan language spoken across the political landscape, hinges on a compelling rationale: Turning toward higher education as a potential corrective for national recidivism rates may seem innocuous, but recidivism rates currently exceed This essay is concerned with the veiled purposes of higher education that underlie commonsensical rationales regarding access to higher education for incarcerated people during an era of hyperincarceration.
Anti-recidivist discourses associated with the provision of postsecondary education inside prisons are coordinated branches of the carceral state and thus deserve our careful attention and scrutiny.
Chris recently co-edited a book with Dr.
Harris examining the history and context of sexual violence on college campuses. Currently, Chris coordinates the student affairs PhD program at the University of Georgia and teaches a variety of courses on equity, diversity, and inclusion in higher education and student affairs and qualitative research in education.T.S.
Seley Elliott is the author of The Unlikely Savior ( avg rating, 29 ratings, 2 reviews, published )/5(2). Ehud: An Unlikely Deliverer (15a) Well, eighteen years of Moabite oppression took its toll on the Israelites. Losing their land, their freedom, and paying a tribute to Eglon year after year finally convicted them of their sin, and they began to take God seriously again.
Southpaw Billy "The Great" Hope, the reigning junior middleweight boxing champion, has an impressive career, a loving wife and daughter, and a lavish lifestyle. However, when tragedy strikes, Billy hits rock bottom, losing his family, his house and his manager. He soon finds an unlikely savior in Tick Willis, a former fighter who trains the city's toughest amateur boxers.
Dec 23, · Where is God in the lowly places, in the denial of lodging to a pregnant woman, in the smell of hay and manure, in the pain of childbirth, in the smack on . Sep 01, · Since I am unlikely to step foot into a black church, I thought I should do a little web research on this particular aspect of Christianity.
McMahon in the article "An Overview of Contemporary Theology," liberation theology is concerned with "eliminating oppression mainly in third world countries with the idea that only divine.
Moses: The Emergence of a Leader Shmot (Exodus ) Jan 17, How ironic that the savior of the Jews should be seen as a god by the Egyptians. As we saw by Moses' response to the oppression of his fellow Jew, he certainly did possess leadership qualities.